The members use the various styles of metal as different mediums in their quest to create their artistic statement and are not limited by one single metal trope.
Like a pulsating globe of razor wire and broken glass, the album chases you down intent on psychic destruction.
Allow the annihilation.
Both hold that tension of the hunt, while also being suggestive of natural beauty.
I’m embarrassed to say that Famine is serving as my introduction to the band, but these eight tracks across less than twenty minutes have placed them firmly on my radar.
Deeply mesmeric compositions drew us each into the depths of our souls, to the most contemplative layers, where we experienced epiphanies which are hard to put into words.
This is the foulest of foul, and one of the rare releases of this style that doesn’t bore me to tears.
This album is a feral creature who has gained an undeath of its own, ready to attack, hunting with each note.
The band continues in a niche side of extreme music that takes the original, anti-musical ethos of grindcore seriously.
The musicianship here is as you’d come to expect for the band, top notch and tight. All these songs are driving, super fast paced rippers.